Thursday 14 June at 8pm ~ Diardaoin 14 An t-Ogmhios, 8f
A’ Seinn na Sgeulachd: Bàs Chonnlaoich (‘Singing the Story: The Death of Connlaoch’)
As part of Ulidia Finn 2018, a conference on the Ulster Cycle and Finn Cycle tales
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, TDC, the main hall.
From chiefs’ halls to cèilidh-houses, heroic ballads and the stories they told have been at the heart of Gaelic culture for centuries. Two exceptional performers, singer Margaret Stewart and musician and storyteller Pàdruig Morrison, will use tale and ballad to tell the story of Connlaoch, son of the Scottish warrior-princess Aoife and the Irish hero Cú Chulainn, and his death at the hands of his own father.
Performance in Gaelic with provision in English
There is no need to book – just come along on the night. All tickets £5, Young ones free.
More information on www.ulidiafinn2018.scot
With the support of the Hope Scott Trust and the Royal Celtic Society.